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Today’s national news in a nutshell


15 November 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Khabarhub brings you a glimpse of major developments of the day in Nepal, including politics, business/economy, sports, entertainment, and more.

Women’s T20 Opener: Nepal suffers defeat to Tanzania by 27 runs

In the inaugural match of the Women’s T20I series featuring four countries, Nepal faced a setback as they succumbed to a 27-run loss against Tanzania. Chasing Tanzania’s set target of 116 runs, Nepal encountered a batting collapse, getting bowled out for 88 runs in 16.5 overs.

Social unity will be maintained by enhancing social harmony: Unified Socialist Chair Nepal

Unified Socialist Chairperson Madhav Kumar Nepal has said social unity would be maintained by enhancing social harmony and tolerance through the original culture and festivals of various religious communities in Nepal.

“Political parties should be responsible to make parliament effective”

It has been over eight years since the constitution was passed through the Constituent Assembly. The second session of the Parliament that started from January 9 has ended. Although the second session of the Parliament ran for a long time in the history of Nepal, the results were not satisfactory, said Ramkumar Rai, lawmaker of the ruling CPN (Maoist Centre).

RSP lawmaker Dr. Toshima pledges one month’s salary to support Jajarkot Hospital

Rastriya Swatantra Party (RSP) lawmaker Dr. Toshima Karki has announced her commitment to support Jajarkot Hospital by donating one month’s salary. Dr. Karki made the decision to contribute through a post on her Facebook account, aiming to gather essential items for the hospital.

PM Disaster Relief Fund surpasses Rs 130 million mark

The Prime Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund has amassed an impressive sum, exceeding Rs 130 million rupees for the November 3 Jajarkot earthquake. The Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers stated that a total of Rs over 132.23 million from a diverse range of contributors, including individuals, institutions, and organizations has been collected.

Bhai Tika observed today

The last day of the five-day-long Tihar festival, known as Bhai Tika, was celebrated across the country today, Wednesday. On this day, sisters offer colorful tika to their brothers, extending wishes for their happiness, prosperity, and longevity. In return, brothers present gifts to their sisters and convey good luck.

President Paudel receives Bhaitika

President Ram Chandra Paudel received tika from his younger sisters Sharada Pandit and Chanda Ojha on the occasion of Bhaitika festival today. He received tika from his two younger sisters at the auspicious hour of 10.51 am at the President House, Sheetal Niwas, said the President’s Private Secretariat.

Publish Date : 15 November 2023 22:17 PM

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